Character mistake: Throughout season 3, whenever someone visits Henry in prison, the word "VISITOR" on their visitor tags is misspelled as "VISTOR."
Starring: Lou Diamond Phillips, Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, Bailey Chase
In the Pines - S3-E4
Continuity mistake: Longmire is taping prisoner photos to the wall. When looking at the last photo, the tape is in the middle of the paper. When he puts it on the wall, the tape is on the right side of the paper. When the photo is in the background, the tape is on the left side. (00:59:55)
Revealing mistake: Early in the episode the dead body in the barn ever so briefly flutters his eyelids.
Trivia: On the marquee they are showing "The Highwayman" (which could be one of several films). In 2016, the same year this episode aired, Craig Johnson published "The Highwayman: A Longmire Story." Incidentally, Netflix is distributing an upcoming film called "The Highwaymen." And, Callum Keith Rennie, who played Walker Browning in "Longmire", appeared in the 2000 "The Highwayman" film.
Trivia: Although they play mother and daughter in this episode, Stefany Mathias is only nine years older than Julia Jones.
Omar: That's the great thing about the compound bow, a great equalizer. A little bit of practice, even a girl can make that shot.
A Thing I'll Never Understand - S6-E4
Question: Who sent Vic the barn toy? Some people on the internet say she bought it online (like eBay or Craig's list), but I don't remember seeing her be online to buy stuff. Plus, it didn't seem like she was doing much to prepare to have the baby, so it would seem odd that buying a used barn toy would be one of the first things she buys.
Party's Over - S2-E5
Question: Does the pharmacist that Longmire talks to violate any sort of confidentiality laws? Walt doesn't come in with a warrant, but the pharmacist is giving Walt information pertaining to other people still alive, not just the victim. I could see the law allowing him to tell Walt "no" that someone didn't pick up any prescriptions, but to mention she picked up antibiotics or that Gerry had back surgery seems unethical.
Answer: This appears to be movie fiction. In real life, a pharmacist could not legally give out confidential patient information without there being a search warrant. Not abiding by confidentiality laws could result in a pharmacist facing legal issues and losing his or her license.
What Happens on the Rez... - S4-E10
Question: When Walt plays the piano, is he playing a real song, or just something he made up (i.e. it was incidental music written for the scene)?
Answer: Something he made up.
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